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only6times:

--- Quote from: disgraced cake on May 24, 2022, 08:31:07 pm ---Thought this the last time I went. If it was up to me I'd have replicas of every single trophy we've won, but we'd probably need a bigger museum then  ;D - I'd imagine that's relatively common for most clubs, though bare in mind most have won far less than us.

On the European Cups, I think it's a bit strange how the first 4 are that massive. Can't see why they aren't all the same size as I believe they once were before they last re-modelled it. Thought it was a bit jarring, to be honest. Seeing them all is very impressive but I couldn't help but thinking they could have displayed them a bit better. I know at AC Milan they have a room dedicated to their European Cups, would be nice if we had the same but similar to what I said above it's probably hard in limited space. It'd be lovely if they had to make space for a new addition in the next few days  8) ...

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Someone let Everton know, they measured up for the larger ones.

Barneylfc∗:
Anyone done a matchday tour recently? Does it include a photo opportunity with the League/European Cup trophies?

Info on the site for normal tours mention it has this, but the matchday tour doesn't mention it.

Is the main difference just the changing rooms and press area on a matchday aren't included?

Barneylfc∗:

--- Quote from: Barneylfc∗ on February 24, 2023, 02:52:36 pm ---Anyone done a matchday tour recently? Does it include a photo opportunity with the League/European Cup trophies?

Info on the site for normal tours mention it has this, but the matchday tour doesn't mention it.


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The answer to this is yes, it gives the option to add it at checkout.

Andy82lfc:
Done a recent tour, different from the old ones as others have noted, just more of a self guided thing now but enjoyed seeing the dressing rooms etc.

One thing that did surprise me as we were with two Brazilian friends was there was no portuguese translation for the audio guide. Another two Brazilians we met on the same tour were surprised also.

One of the biggest spoken languages, footy mad nation not to mention the amount of Brazilians in the team that drive tourists from Brazil here.

If they want to do a self guided audio tour then Iíd have thought stumping up a meagre amount to have scripts read in Portuguese and some other popular languages isnít much to expect.

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